Drawing & Prints, Museums/Exhibits, Painting, Photography

Yale ARTbooks Museum Exhibitions On View, August 28, 2013

In the past year, we published exhibition catalogs accompanying an impressive list of museum exhibition. Below you will find the complete listing of these exhibitions, many of which are still on view. How many have you had the chance to see?

Art Institute of Chicago
  Abelardo Morell: The Universe Next DoorBy Elizabeth Siegel; With contributions by Brett Abbott and Paul MartineauOn View:


  Impression, Fashion, and ModernityEdited by Gloria GroomOn View:


Dallas Museum of Art
  Hotel Texas: An Art Exhibition for the President and Mrs. John F. KennedyEssays by Olivier Meslay, Scott Grant Barker, David Lubin, and Alexander Nemerov; Illustrated chronology by Nicola LongfordOn View:


The Metropolitan Museum of Art
  The Civil War And American ArtBy Eleanor Jones HarveyOn View:


  Photography And The American Civil WarBy Jeff RosenheimOn View:


National Gallery, London
  Michael Landy: Saints AliveBy Colin Wiggins; With Richard Cork and Jennifer SliwkaOn View:


  Vermeer and Music: The Art of Love and LeisureBy Marjorie E. WiesemanOn View:


Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute
Winslow Homer: The Clark CollectionBy Marc Simpson; With contributions by Dan Cohen, James A. Ganz, Rebecca Goldstein, Alexis Goodin, Sarah Hammond, Susannah Maurer, Kathleen M. Morris, James Baetjer Pilgrim, and Richard RandOn View:


Whitney Museum of American Art
  Hopper DrawingBy Carter E. Foster; With contributions by Daniel S. Palmer, Nicholas Robbins, Kimia Shahi, and Mark W. TurnerOn View:


CaixaForum Madrid
  Seduced by Art: Photography Past and PresentBy Hope Kingsley; With a contribution by Christopher RiopelleOn View:


The Cleveland Museum of Art
  Carrie Mae Weems: Three Decades of Photography and VideoEdited by Kathryn E. Delmez; With essays by Kathryn E. Delmez, Henry Louis Gates Jr., Franklin Sirmans, Robert Storr, and Deborah WillisOn View:


Colonial Williamsburg Foundation at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum
  Painters and Paintings in the Early American SouthBy Carolyn J. WeekleyOn View:


Corcoran Gallery of Art
  War/Photography: Images of Armed Conflict and Its AftermathBy Anne Wilkes Tucker and Will Michels, with Natalie Zelt; With contributions by Liam Kennedy, Hilary Roberts, John Stauffer, Bodo von Dewitz, Jeff Hunt, and Natalie ZeldinOn View:


De Young Museum, San Francisco
  Richard Diebenkorn: By Timothy Anglin Burgard, Steven A. Nash, and Emma AckerOn View:


Hammer Museum, LA
  Forrest Bess: Seeing Things InvisibleBy Clare Elliott; With a contribution by Robert GoberComing Soon:


Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle
The Photographs of Ray K. MetzkerBy Keith F. DavisComing Soon:


Institut Neerlandais, Paris
  Hieronymus Cock: The Renaissance in PrintEdited by Joris van Grieken, Ger Luijten, and Jan Van der StockComing Soon:


Mint Museum, Charlotte
  New Eyes on America: The Genius of Richard Caton WoodvilleEdited by Joy Peterson Heyrman; With contributions by Marie-Stéphanie Delamaire, Eric Gordon, Seth Rockman, and Jochen WierichOn View:


Parrish Art Museum
  Angels, Demons, and Savages: Pollock, Ossorio, DubuffetBy Klaus Ottmann and Dorothy Kosinski; With essays by Klaus Ottmann and Alicia G. Longwell, a text by Jean Dubuffet, and contributions by Elizabeth Steele, Sylvia Albro, Scott Homolka, and Chantal BernickyOn View:


Pushkin Museum, Moscow
  Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Art and DesignEdited by Tim Barringer, Jason Rosenfeld, and Alison Smith; With essays by Elizabeth Prettejohn and Diane WaggonerOn View:


Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh
  Frederic Church and the Landscape Oil SketchBy Andrew Wilton; With contributions by Katherine Bourguignon and Christopher RiopelleOn View:


Van Gogh Museum
  Van Gogh at WorkBy Marije Vellekoop; With contributions by Nienke Bakker, Maite van Dijk, Muriel Geldof, Ella Hendriks, and Birgit ReisslandOn View:


  Van Gogh’s Studio PracticeEdited by Marije Vellekoop, Muriel Geldof, Ella Hendriks, Leo Jansen, and Alberto de TagleOn View:


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